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Taking vyvanse. Headache everyday behind eye, neck. Worried. Should i consult a Doctor?

About 2 months ago I was prescribed 50mg vyvanse .. The last couple weeks I have a headache everyday behind my left eye and left side of my head. I usually wake up with the headache and it last all day.. I m getting really worried online reviews state it could be hemerging and need to no if that is caused by vyvanse should I stop taking it or do I need to go the doctor ASAP
Asked On : Tue, 5 Mar 2013
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Dec 2014
Hello xocrazyx5
Welcome to Health Care Magic

Vyvanse is a psycho stimulant medicine of Amphetamine group, it is a nice medicine but there are few side effects one is high abuse potential, and other is severe headache in some susceptible individuals. The headache you are having is most likely due to the medicine itself, but don't worry its not a serious complication, visit your doctor and take opinion regarding dose adjustments.

Take Care
Answered: Tue, 5 Mar 2013
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